Tabs open on your screen right now:
ABC’s The Bachelor, music by Haruomi Hosono, information on residencies I should apply to.

If you had to brag about yourself:
I just finished the manuscript to my erotic novella Whore Foods, which currently I would rate 5 stars out of 5 stars

Your writer crush:
Hannah Black, Hiromi Ito

Favorite lyric:
If you mind your own biscuits life will be gravy

Any place in the world:
The 40 foot eternal flame on top of the Braddock, PA steel mill seen through an old lovers window.

Best breakfast:
miso soup with short grain brown rice tofu turmeric & bok choi

Favorite online places right now:
http://radiooooo.com/  A website where you can chose a decade and a country and listen to music from then. Right now I am listening to 1960s Cameroon.

Sweetest thing:
Her kiss, eyes open.

Your rituals (writing or not):
Lighting a candle white, green, black, light the incense with the candle, drink tea with coconut oil, sit in the sauna at the gym, run on the elliptical, walk circles in the grocery.

Least impressive thing about you:
My eyes always so dry.

Favorite space to write:
A deserted computer library.

What should we know:
Even though I am a Virgo I am also a Leo rising.

Guilty literary pleasure:
I was gifted a subscription to Cosmopolitan magazine which I gladly read every month. The pleasure multiplied by the scented pages.

Best book nobody talks about:
Andrea Dworkin, Mercy

Last time you lied:
Yesterday.

The lie:
I wanted it.

Question you secretly want to be asked:
Have you always been that way?

The answer:
Yes

 


LA Warman is a poet and performer based in Amherst, MA. She is the founder of GLASS PRESS, a publisher of art and poetry on flash drives. Warman has had work in shows at MOCA Cleveland, Time-Based Art Festival, General Public Collective, Flying Object, and Open Engagement. She has recent chapbooks from Inpatient Press and After Hours Ltd.  Warman is also the author of Whore Foods Market, a serialized  erotic novella. LAWarman.com

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LA Warman is a poet and performer based in Amherst and NYC.